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Iberian Peninsula 1:250,000: Sevilla, sheet 70. Series A.M.S. M581
- Washington, D.C. : [s.n.], 1944.
- United States. Army Map Service. North Decimal Degree 38.0000. South Decimal Degree 37.0000. East Decimal Degree -5.0000. West Decimal Degree -6.0000. Alternate title: Sevilla, Spain. Polyconic projection. With Spanish-English glossary. Relief shown by 100 m. contour interval, gradient tint and spot heights. Standard map series designation: A.M.S. M581. "Compiled from Spain, 1:50,000, Instituto Geografico, 1908-34; Spain, 1:200,000, Cuartel General del Generalisimo, 1915-1939; Spain, 1:200,000, Instituto Geografico, PROVINCIA DE CORDOBA, 1935; PROVINCIA DE MALAGA, 1935 and PROVINCIA DE SEVILLA, 1935; Road Map of Spain and Portugal, 1:400,000, AMS, Sheets 48 and 50, Third Edition, 1943. Railways of Spain and Portugal 1:1,500,000, GSGS, 1942; Railways of Spain, Portugal and Southern France, 1:1,300,000, Military Railway Service, 1943. Partially revised from aerial photography, 1941, 1942, 1943.".
- Topographic maps and Sevilla (Spain)—Maps
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- G6541.C2.s250.A7M3 sh. 70
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